Sunday, January 8, 2012
Sunday, November 20, 2011
It looks like everyone had a car in Grand Island, Nebraska, around 1950, although some people apparently took the bus. And there were parking meters, too!... Henry Fonda was born here. With a variety of stores and a movie theatre, the town looks pretty much self-contained. "What a place to live", a guy named Wally wrote home to Cleveland, on the back of the card, and he didn't mean that in a positive way. The town looks nice enough, though.
Posted by Speur's Early Postcards at 12:34 AM
Sunday, October 23, 2011
My scanner is working overtime these days...I have just bought another (roughly) 2000 old postcards and have been adding a selection of those to my auction site in the past few days. In the coming weeks I'll be adding many more. Besides many Canadian cards, there are items from all over the world.
Posted by Speur's Early Postcards at 8:22 PM